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Avery Ranch Golf Club

Avery Ranch Golf Club

10500 Avery Club Dr Austin, TX 78717-3825 URL:   Course Website

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Avery Ranch is Hill Country Golf at its finest! Conveniently located in northwest Austin, in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, former Jack Nicklaus designer, Andy Raugust, blended a spectacular up-scale golf course with natural limestone caverns, knobby live-oak trees, rolling hills, and meandering streams and lakes to create a golf experience that is unparalleled in the Austin area.

The golf club is a 226 acre, 7121 yard, 18-hole championship public course offering 5 tee placements that will challenge the low-handicapper while creating an enjoyable golfing experience for all levels of players. The course has blended panoramic vistas and gentle rolling hills with oak-lined fairways and a 60-acre lake.

Course Information for Avery Ranch Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

Avery Ranch Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Andrew Raugust, ASGCA
72 par, 7,121 yards
73.5 rating, 134 slope
Real Estate Development facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $79.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Brent Brown, General Manager

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Austin, TX

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Avery Ranch Golf Club 4.2 5 180 180
Course was challenging Water everywhere, but enjoyed the course would like to play under dryer conditions May 18, 2015
Solid Course I've been playing Avery Ranch for years. It is in good shape, but I was disappointed that they over watered a couple of greens to the point where there was standing water on the greens. On the plus side, got out early and played a quick 3 hour round. Normally I expect a 4.5 hour round. May 6, 2015
GOLFING IN NORTHWEST AUSTIN My brother and myself were in from Cleveland to move my daughter home from Austin and we planned on playing a couple rounds of golf. We given some choices from some local golfers and selected Avery Ranch based on location. We were pleasantly surprised with course layout, condition,and the staff that were helpful and friendly.We were so pleased that we booked a starting time for 5/4/15, the next morning. My brother and I have be playing golf for 120 years combined. May 6, 2015
poor value The reason i rate this course a poor value is mainly the greens. They are not anywhere near the condition you would expect for a course charging what Avery does. I've played this course 5 or 6 times since it has opened and the greens were good only one of those times. Everything else is fine. Very frustrating. May 4, 2015
Great Place - Slow Pace (that day) We got on after a tournament, so it was backed up. Our round took 5.5 hours, which is pretty bad. We made the most of it as the course is beautiful and wildlife was abundant A really nice course - we just caught it on a bad day April 30, 2015
very slow play after 5 hours and 13 holes we gave up and left. seems like a nice course but after being hit into multiple times and having our balls picked up by others we couldn't take it anymore. i guess i should of known when the starter said the group in front of us wanted to play with range balls because they didn't have any of their own April 30, 2015
Another Great Experience I have played this course numerous times and always enjoy coming back when I have some time off. The staff was great from payment to walking off the 18th with clean clubs. The course was in good shape and will be excellent once the greens finish growing in, especially on the front 9. The only negative thing I have to say is regarding the quality and quantity of the range balls. 20 balls is enough to at least stretch your muscles, but when over half of the balls are either completely smooth or have mower damage, it can make it tough to evaluate ball flight and make adjustments. Overall, another great experience and probably the course I would recommend as the best value in the area. April 24, 2015
Great course, but pace of play and range balls could be better. Avery Ranch is a challenging course, and was in very good condition. Very challenging par 3's. Greens rolled very true, and not gimmicky. Pace of play was 4.45-5.0 hours. Never saw a marshal. Pro shop attendant didn't have a high opinion of GolfNow customers, or the service. I had paid in full but still quoted me a tee time rate. Told me he'd speak with the GM, and come get me on the course if there were issues with my pre-paid time. They need new range balls. half the balls in my bucket were bald, discolored, basically useless. On-board GPS system didn't work. 3rd course I've been to this month with the Sprint network Android GPS systems that didn't' work. I know I wouldn't see my kid to a junior camp there as the instructor sounded more like a drill sergeant, or football coach the way he was barking at the kids. April 12, 2015
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